2004
Volume 19, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0921-5077
  • E-ISSN: 1875-7235

Abstract

Emotion work and positive work outcomes: The role of specific job resources

Emotion work and positive work outcomes: The role of specific job resources

J. de Jonge, M.C.W. Peeters & P.M. Le Blanc, Gedrag & Organisatie, Volume 19, November 2006, nr. 4, pp. 345-367

This cross-sectional study among 826 health care workers examined the association between emotion work (defined as emotional demands) and positive work outcomes (i.e., creativity, active learning, and job challenge), and the moderating role of job resources on this relation. The hypotheses were tested with multivariate multiple regression analyses (LISREL 8.30), using cross-validation techniques. The results showed indeed that, compared with a non-match, a match between emotional demands and (emotional) resources increased the chance of positive work outcomes. So, to achieve positive work outcomes it seems to be important for job demands in general and for emotional demands in particular, that a correspondence exists between the kind of job resource and the kind of job demands. From a practical point of view, work-related interventions on emotion work should therefore focus on specific, emotional, job resources to stimulate positive work outcomes for health care workers.

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